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18 Jan 2019, 12:50 pm by Neil Schoenherr
SullivanThe lineup also includes journalist Amy Sullivan; Suerie Moon, research director of  Harvard Global Health Institute: Melissa Rogers and Peter Wehner, senior fellows at the Brookings Institution and the Ethics and Public Policy Center; Lara Bazelon, author of “Rectify: The Power of Restorative Justice After Wrongful Conviction”; Sophie Nappert, international mediator and arbitrator; Vivene Harris, a judge on the Supreme Court of Jamaica, Ambassador Carlos… [read post]
23 May 2018, 7:16 pm by Beth Graham
In “Re-Inventing Arbitration: How Expanding the Scope of Arbitration Is Re-Shaping Its Form and Blurring the Line Between Private and Public Adjudication,” Professor Deborah Hensler and Damira Khatam posit that the “public” or “private” nature of a dispute provides the key to whether it belongs in arbitration. [read post]
19 May 2018, 6:05 pm by Jeff Sovern
In "Re-Inventing Arbitration: How Expanding the Scope of Arbitration Is Re-Shaping Its Form and Blurring the Line Between Private and Public Adjudication," Professor Deborah Hensler and Damira Khatam posit that the "public" or "private" nature of a dispute provides the key to whether it belongs in arbitration. [read post]
9 Feb 2018, 7:02 am by tortsprof
Speakers are: Mark Behrens, John Beisner, Andrew Bradt, Stephen Burbank, Scott Dodson, Howard Erichson, Sean Farhang, Jonah Gelbach, Maria Glover, Deborah Hensler, Alexandra Lahav, and Judge Lee Rosenthal.... [read post]
29 Jan 2018, 2:15 pm by tortsprof
Confirmed speakers include Judge Diane Wood, Janet Alexander, Elizabeth Burch, Margaret Lemos, David Engstrom, Myriam Gilles, and Deborah Hensler. [read post]
3 Jan 2018, 12:36 pm by Beth Graham
The abstract states: The paper is a response piece to Deborah Hensler and Damira Khatam’s new article, Reinventing Arbitration: How Expanding the Scope of Arbitration Is Re-Shaping Its Form and Blurring the Line Between Private and Public Adjudication. [read post]
12 Oct 2017, 2:24 pm by Alfred Brophy
Those interested should apply by letter by December 8, 2017, addressing their letter to Associate Dean Deborah Hensler, summarizing their educational qualifications and experience, as well as any other information that might help in making selections. [read post]
16 Jun 2017, 4:00 am by Michael Erdle
(Citing Deborah Hensler, “A Research Agenda: What We Need To Know About Court Connected ADR”, Disp. [read post]
6 Feb 2015, 6:00 am by Bridget Crawford
  Anderson  MWildeAnderson  Stanford Don Anton DonKAnton Griffith (Australia) Laura Appleman lawandlitprof Willamette Deborah Archer DeborahNArcher New York Law School David Ardia dsardia UNC Kenneth  Armstrong  ProfKAArmstrong  Cambridge Clark D. [read post]
23 Jan 2015, 4:44 am by Bridget Crawford
Adler jadler1969 Case Western Nadia Ahmad gatormob Pace Aziza Ahmed AzizaAhmed Northeastern Ifeoma Ajunwa iajunwa Univ District of Columbia Richard Albert richardalbert Boston College Ann Althouse annalthouse Wisconsin Diane Amann DianeMarieAmann Georgia Heidi Anderson HeidiRAnderson Florida Coastal Don Anton DonKAnton Griffith (Australia) Laura Appleman lawandlitprof Willamette Deborah Archer DeborahNArcher New York Law School David Ardia dsardia UNC Clark D. [read post]
5 Jun 2013, 2:10 am by tortsprof
Panel 1; Mass Tort Theory: Deborah Hensler (Stanford), Linda Mullenix (Texas), Mike Green (Wake Forest), and Aaron Twerski (Brooklyn) http://blogs.law.widener.edu/classarchive/harrisburg-campus-classes/law-journal-symposium-on-torts-teform-panel-1/ Panel 2; Emerging Issues... [read post]
6 May 2013, 3:45 am by Nora Engstrom
  To the contrary, Deborah Hensler’s classic work, Compensation for Accidental Injuries in the United States, shows that accidents happen with unnerving frequency. [read post]
6 May 2013, 3:45 am by Nora Engstrom
  To the contrary, Deborah Hensler’s classic work, Compensation for Accidental Injuries in the United States, shows that accidents happen with unnerving frequency. [read post]
1 May 2013, 5:04 am by Howard Wasserman
The new essay in JOTWELL's Courts Law has been published: Jay Tidmarsh (Notre Dame) reviews Margaret Lemos, Aggregate Litigation Goes Public: Representative Suits by the Attorney General (Harvard Law Review) and Deborah Hensler's response essay (Harvard Law Review Forum) on the possibility of attorney general-initiated parens patriae actions as an alternative to class actions. [read post]